Souvenir milk-ribbon plate for the first Mauretania. In very good condition with some age spots to the sky and water but no missing paint. Measures about 6″ across.
Glossy full-color first-class plan for the second Mauretania. A passenger has marked and noted the cost of their very nice A Deck outside cabin. Dates to the mid 1950’s. Near mint condition.
Pre maiden voyage issue deck plans dated January 1939. In excellent condition on glossy paper. A passenger has circled a large outside cabin on B deck.
Dated February 1947 and thus pre dating her return to service maiden voyage. Interesting blurb about this great ship. In excellent condition.
Don’t you just love the Cunard souvenir lapel pins? I do, and I think they have a lot of style. This pin from the second Mauretania is no exception. In very good condition.
A maiden voyage cover for the “new” RMS Mauretania. In excellent condition and comes with an unused postcard of the ship.
Not-too-often seen, a postal cachet posted in Clydebank on the occasion of the launch of the “Q4,” aka Queen Elizabeth 2, on September 20, 1967. In great condition.
Plastic souvenir life ring from Queen Elizabeth 2’s on-board gift shop. In excellent condition with its original box. Measures about 4.5″ in diameter.
An official Cunard cover commemorating the maiden voyage of the Queen Elizabeth 2. Posted on board and in excellent condition.
Cabin-class plan for the largest ship in the world — Dated with v1964. Well illustrated and folds open to 32″ x 8½”. In very good condition.
Tourist-class plan for the largest ship in the world — all dated with various dates in the late 1950’s and early 1960’s. Well illustrated and folds open to 32″ x 8½”. A few available.
Beautiful enameled Stratton lapel pin in the shape of the QE. Great condition. No loss of enamel and no cracks. Measures about 1½” in length. Wear it to your next event.